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I tend to use spot exposure on most birds - except for those which have black and white plumage - so that I can get all the feather detail. There may be some…

I am sure you will agree with me that the goldfinch is a very handsome bird. It ought to be easy to photograph, with the contrasting areas of plumage, but I…

We occasionally see redpolls over winter, but not every winter. In February 2019 they were regular visitors at Lackford Lakes Visitor Centre. I work on the…

Blue tits often visit our garden feeders, they're a very common woodland bird, and it would be easy to take them for granted (like our robin). They're also…

These tiny butterflies are easy to miss unless you are searching for them, although they are larger than our brown argus. With wings open, basking in the sun,…

Anyone who photographs dragonflies will take you how difficult flight shots are. There are one or two exceptions to this - some hawkers will hover for a few…

It's always exciting to capture a kingfisher close-up. I've spent many hours in Bernard's Hide at Lackford Lakes Nature Reserve in Suffolk waiting…
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